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Note: Oil must be TOASTED SESAME OIL (I found in Asian food section of HFS.Very strong flavor, a bottle should last for years)
Mash garbanzos (I mash with a potato masher, then run in batches in blender, because I like my hummus smooth) Mix in everything else, tasting as you go along. Salt can be added, if you like. I also add some red pepper on the top before serving. Chilling seems to mix the flavors. Serve with pita wedges. With the sesame oil you really get the taste without all the fat. Play around with it. I have never tasted hummus that was the same, it all varies depending on who makes it! Oh yes, cucumber goes well with this (on top of pita wedge). Enjoy!
Tyrrell in Texas
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stevemur 7 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
promfh 8 years agoThis spread also goes well with vegetables such as sliced yellow peppers, carrot sticks, or small chunks of cabbage. The toasted sesame oil adds depth to the flavor and smoothness to the texture. You can also top it with ground Sumac berries available at most Middle Eastern grocery stores.